⭐️ 10 essentials you must visit at Easter in Huesca 🌲🌸🏰💦

Holy Week is an important time in the province of Huesca, where you can find several activities and events to enjoy. Some options are:

1 – Huesca traditions

Visit the towns and cities of the province, which usually celebrate processions and religious activities at Easter, such as the city of Huesca, Barbastro and Jaca among others. Stay tuned because we will be putting the agenda as it arrives.

Procession of the jackfruit encounter. Photograph by www.jaca.com


2 – Attend a theatrical performance.

During Holy Week, in some places of the province plays related to the Passion of Christ are represented. As in Huesca capital or the Enclavación in Ayerbe.

Interlocking of Ayerbe. Photographs by http://ayerbeenabierto.blogspot.com.es

3 – Enjoy nature:

The province of Huesca counts with numerous natural parks, trails and mountain routes that can be explored at Easter, such as the Ordesa y Monte Perdido National Park, the Valles Occidentales Natural Park, the Sierra y los Cañones de Guara Natural Park, the Posets-Maladeta Natural Park among others.

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4 – Savor the local cuisine:

Holy Week is a time when you can taste typical dishes of the region, such as roasted ternasco, ajoarriero cod, tortetas and chiretas, garlic soups, anise and torrijas donuts among others.

Photograph by @caprichogratal

5 – Visit monuments and places of interest:

The province of Huesca has numerous monuments and places of historical and cultural interest, such as the Castle of Loarre, the Cathedral of Huesca, the Monastery of San Juan de la Peña, the citadel of Jaca, among others.

We leave you here a post with all the ideas.

Photo by National Geographic

6 – Enjoy winter sports:

If you like skiing or snowboarding, the province of Huesca has resorts such as Cerler, Candanchú, Astún, Formigal or Panticosa. In addition to Nordic spaces for Nordic skiing. And places for snowshoe excursions.

7 – Tour the medieval villages:

The province of Huesca has many very well preserved medieval villages and 4 of them declared one of the most beautiful in the world. Some of them are Aínsa, Alquézar, Ansó and Jaca.


8 – Visit the city of Huesca:

The capital of the province has numerous processions and activities during Holy Week. You can visit the cathedral, the monastery of San Pedro el Viejo and the Town Hall, among other places.

It is also the perfect place to get to know the whole province from there.


9 – Discover Romanesque art:

The province of Huesca has numerous Romanesque churches and hermitages. You can visit the church of San Pedro de Siresa, the cathedral of Jaca or monastery of San Juan de la peña among others.

We leave you here several posts to prepare the route.

From www.romanicoaragones.com

10 – Adventure Activities

Whatever area you choose to visit, you have companies that have prepared amazing experiences that you will never forget! As double zip lines with the titles of the longest in Europe and another the fastest, multi-adventure parks, paragliding, horseback riding, etc … The offer is endless.

Tena Valley Zip Line

These are just some options that can be done at Easter in the province of Huesca. It is best to plan a route that suits your interests and tastes.